Several opportunities exist for outstanding undergraduate students to gain basic and applied research experience in the laboratory. We are looking for research assistants who are good human beings, who are intellectually honest and open, are genuinely curious and thoughtful, and who care about the quality of their work and the betterment of the lab. Such persons take pride in their own accomplishments and those of other lab members, are hard working (because they care about what they do, not because they "have to" do it), and are passionate about the field of clinical psychology and the research process more generally. Undergraduate RAs typically assume increasing levels of responsibility over time, tend to be self-motivated (see the bit about passion above), and show a willingness to play as part of a team. The scope of research involvement is dependent on the needs in the lab and level of training and interest.
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The ADRP is on the lookout for talented and motivated individuals interested in graduate training in clinical psychology at the University at Albany, State University of New York. In addition to the qualities listed above, our graduate students take time to mentor our junior colleagues, fully commit themselves to research, academic studies, and clinical practice that is motivated by a desire to improve the human condition, and who strive to be an important presence in our lab family. Please explore our site to determine if you would like to become part of the team engaged in work being done at the ADRP. Click below if you are interested in finding out more about our training program.
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